After years of hybrids being the top environmental vehicles on the road, electric cars are making a comeback. But are consumers ready to delve into their wallets to pay for these cars during a recovering economy? Kibkabe Araya goes to the NYC auto show to see if driving green means paying a lot of green.
More than three million people in the United States have Celiac disease. Another three million may have an allergy to wheat and gluten. With more and more becoming diagnosed with these serious health problems, Kibkabe Araya attends a gluten-free tea party to see how people deal with the diet when a high price tag is attached.
New Yorkers looking to enjoy the great outdoors think about heading upstate. But state parks can be found right in the city, and two of them are in danger of losing activities or being closed altogether due to the state budget. Kibkabe Araya shows how people are reacting to the proposed cuts.
Congressman Charles Rangel is in hot water now, but he served the Northern Manhattan area for forty years. One candidate close to Rangel says he is the best man to help restore an area plagued by high unemployment and low high school graduation rates. Kibkabe Araya has the story.